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Celebrity Tabloids Murder The Newspaper

By Lumiere, published on Jul 8, 2008

...reports, weekly time sheets, favorite toilet paper and other misc information. Basically, it would be a Political Tabloid that provides full transparency of the people who represent us in Government.Citizenscould level the playing field with this information, since the Government has the Anti-Terrorism Bill which allows them transparency into every citizens private life. Now we, the citizens can have a Anti-Political Corruption Bill and receive an annual report from the White House. Just like any good, informed investor, we can be informed on whether or not we are getting a return on all... (more)

Tags: new york, terrorism, environment, shooting, education

Jim Mckay 1921 - 2008

By Sherlynn Hicks, published on Jun 8, 2008

...like the professionals of the time who were tasked with an impossible duty, did nothing those days during the 1972 Olympics but serve as conduit to the unthinkable. I remember how his bright yellow jacket (it was yellow, wasn’t it?) with the ABC logo on it, was oddly cheery for the terrorism present.

As I remember, it was live and one of the saddest things I’ve witnessed on television. Try as I might, though, I cannot seem to remember if the horror was replayed over and over so that everyone everywhere got to feel the inhumanity a thousand times over. I do... (more)

Tags: terrorism

When Did Truth Become A Four Letter Word

By Lady D, published on May 30, 2008

...individuals, all of us that seem to have lost sight of the fact “ we made all this up.” If we created this mindset of fear, we can uncreate the same thinking.

So maybe Scott McClellan did more than he knows by writing this book. He exposed the fact we live in fear, not the fear of terrorism. It is more of the fear of telling the truth (as we see it) or at least being brave enough to “Question Authority” and see what happens.

Are you afraid of those who are afraid, and hold on so tightly to the power we allowed them to wield. Are we willing to ask our candidates some... (more)

Tags: terrorism

Why Must America Win?

By D. E. Carson, published on May 2, 2008

...after the victory.

Do I blame President Bush or President Clinton before him? No, I blame us for blithely assuming we can maintain all of our Political Correctness, and all of our civil rights during this conflict, and have a clean, lawful war. None of those words apply to war against terrorism. We must get those words out of our heads. Clean, lawful war means no harm comes to the innocent, aged, women, or children – but only to uniformed soldiers (as dictated by The Geneva Convention). Do the Muslim terrorists respect those rules? Of course not. Children are legitimate targets ... (more)

Tags: iraq, new york, france, religion, terrorism, police, iran, education, sex, bill clinton, china, germany, russia

The Check Is In The Mail

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 29, 2008

...the question. Vacations are out unless you go on a “relative vacation” – that’s where you go somewhere and stay with relatives. You really can’t even buy illegal drugs because the money goes to some foreign drug cartel to fund rebellions in South America or terrorism here in America. So what’s left? Not really much of anything unless you count gambling. Of course, no one ever wins the lottery. Those are just shows the government puts on to get people to willingly give up a buck or two a week on the empty promise that if you get the right... (more)

Tags: terrorism, education, china, japan, reno, mexico

Wright Was Right, Then Wrong Again

By Chris Jones, published on Apr 28, 2008

...extreme. His attitude was dismissive, racist, and dare I say 'elitist'.

When asked about his comments just 5-days after 9/11 about America's "chickens coming home to roost" he defended the words.

...“Jesus said do unto others as you would have them do unto you. You cannot do terrorism on other people and expect it never to come back on you. Those are biblical principles, not Jeremiah Wright bombastic, divisive principles.”

When asked if he loves America, he responded:

”I served six years in the military. Does that make me patriotic?” he asked. “How... (more)

Tags: jesus, terrorism, obama

A Trojan Horse Gallops Through My Life

By Ed Attanasio, published on Feb 18, 2008

...all get in. I am covinced that Idi Amin is sitting up there right now with Mother Teresa, breaking bread and talking shop. Her seats at concerts and are a little better and she doesn't have to wait in line as long as he does, but they're all in the same place.

But, this whole cyber-terrorism thing is something new to me. Hackers have become the new anti-socialists if that's the corect term, and now that I have become another victim -- I don't like it.

Some 15-year-old cyber-gifted computer hacking geek in China or Eastern Europe is laughing his ass off right now. And... (more)

Tags: los angeles, terrorism, environment, china

Marines! Save The USA From An Infected Administration!

By David Brager, published on Jan 20, 2008

...again. Only cannabis is a good investment as it’s non-toxic, sustains subconsciousness for higher intellectual processing, and has a different high with each generation, so the mind learns something new from each different experience.

The Marines are our only hope against domestic terrorism, and this Administration has been playing the world with fear and secrecy, but the worst is about to hit unless we stop this game. They have a new draft with no childcare issues, and the new Real ID, and the Water Quality legislation, and they went and changed the time clocks back three... (more)

Tags: france, harry potter, judaism, islam, christianity, jesus, disney, myspace, movie, terrorism, shooting, iran, china

To Be Patriotic Is To Question Why & Not Just To Do And Die

By Credo, published on Jan 14, 2008

...yet inaudible questions that generally get a negative response from state side citizens who believe them to be unpatriotic for even asking these questions. Are we fighting the war to free the Iraqi people or are we fighting the war to steal their oil, are we fighting and killing to stave off terrorism or are we committing mass murder and ethnic cleaning? Do we have a legitimate stake in this war as Americans or is this claim a corporate one?

Soldiers generally don’t come home after a justified war with nagging questions that haunt them while creating all manner of discomfort... (more)

Tags: iraq, religion, christianity, terrorism, iran

Cultural Monitors Are Agents Against Freedom

By Credo, published on Jan 4, 2008

...people, so you will see more convictions in this country (once someone is convicted it is universally assumed that they are guilty of the crime that they were accused of) is finalized through engineered perceptions. Therefore they could now arrest you (due to the Patriot Act and the war on terrorism) indefinitely detain you and as implied secretly execute you without proof of any wrong doing. Currently the monetary system is failing the social systems are failing the educational system is failing the political arena is failing and the international ambassador systems are failing. Are we... (more)

Tags: iraq, terrorism

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